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Green House Gas Emissions and Regulation

 John Dernbach
Description: Science is getting more convincing and more urgent. President Obama is committed to national legislation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. International expectation or hope of post-Kyoto agreement by end of 2009. The challenges today: Making domestic and international trajectories converge and doing something serious during a recession.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Environmental
Regulation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
John Dernbach Widener University Law School March 11, 2009

Thanks to:
Don Brown Bob McKinstry Sonny Popowsky


Climate change law:
A) Exists only in places like Europe. B) Is not likely to occur because of the recession. C) Will happen over my dead body. D) Is already here.

Primary sources of climate change law:
1) International law 2) State (and local ... See more

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